Dr. Fresch has become a regular here at Gotta Dance Dirty; making a name for himself in the LA dance music scene with his unique future infused g-house brand. His latest track is a fully original production featuring hip-hop vocals from Thewz. In “Walk That Talk”, Dr. Fresch showcases just how far his production skills have come with perfectly crafted rolling hi-hats, a thumping bassline, and a four on the floor beat that make this track fully club ready. Grab the free download here and be on the lookout for more Dr. Fresch releases this spring.
We’ve been longtime fans of everything Coyote Kisses for quite some time. When they began releasing original content again this past January, the internet rejoiced. With each track since Coyote Kisses has continued to impress and prove why they possess such an unwavering fan base. Their newest track “Ferrari” is a festival ready and melodic driven future bass jam. The exquisite attention to detail and impressive sound design truly make “Ferrari” a standout, high-energy indie dance single. Don’t sleep on this one and grab the free download here.
Kill Paris takes you on an imaginative journey with his new original “Space Forest”. If there was such a thing as a forest in space, it would sound exactly like this song. The first installment off his up-coming Galaxies For Us album, his latest is a wavy tune with distorted vocals, piano keys and trippy synths. Originally from Boulder, Kill Paris is one of the many hot new talents coming out of the Colorado area right now. Embodying his roots while keeping his sound fresh and unique, Kill Paris is on a clear cut path for success. Staying busy, the ultra-talented producer is kicking off a tour along with releasing an album. A departure from his usual sound, if “Space Forest” is any indication of what the rest of the album will be like we can hardly wait. Stream the track below and catch the rest of his album out on April 14th.
Coming strong out of Philidelphia, Louis Futon has had quite an eventful 2015 only a couple months in. Having already released two official remixes that were both very special in their own ways taking on both Just A Gent’s “Limelight”, and ODESZA’s “Say My Name”, both receive kngs but that wasn’t it. He is also still riding the buzz of his very successful self-titled Louis Futon EP that was given away as a free download. It has collected over 2 million collective plays on his soundcloud upload of it alone and has already amassed over 40,000 free downloads through his website, and these landmarks have been achieved in just under 1 month.
His next target to remix is rapper G-Eazy who’s coming off a #1 debut studio album which is close to breaking 200k copies sold already. He’s been officially enlisted to remix his song “Lets Get Lost (Ft. Devon Baldwin)”, where Louis completely reimagines the song. Louis pushes the boundaries blending hip-hop and his signature electronic style for a combination you will be moving to. He highlights G-Eazy rapping and the smooth vocals of artist Devon Baldwin who’s been growing into her own buzzing artist to be on the look for. With all these artists on the same track, the result is unbeatable. The artists have graciously passed this out as a free download as well.
Swedens own Kasbo is widely known for his massive melodic productions. His remixes span a variety of different artists and styles, while consistently offering a stunning result. Today, he released a remix of Vance Joy‘s popular track “Riptide,” and it’s huge. The original lyrics offer an organic build to a cinematic climax of bass and melodically sampled vocals. The future bass vibes keep a low profile, but peek out in the cracks to add a bit of depth to the production. Download it for free below, and stay tuned for more from Kasbo.
Our friends TastyTreat teamed up with BLACK MONDAY to deliver an awesome remix today. They went after Cathedrals and one of the biggest tracks from their self-titled EP. ”Want My Love” is a beautiful vocal track, and gets a welcomed edit with this remix. Warm synths and break inspired percussion transform this track into a really sexy future bass piece. Needless to say, keep an eye on these young producers as they continue to impress with each release. Grab the free download here!
For this GDD™ Premiere, we’re going to slow things down with some future bass vibes from Luca Lush. This NYC-based producer has put on a clinic of production versatility with his last handful of remixes, and this latest release continues the trend. Sampling cover vocals from “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” Luca Lush paints an emotional portrait. The fireworks really start when the bass arrangement kicks in, and some cool melodic chimes are sprinkled in. Another great tune from this great producer — listen here first, and be on the lookout for an upcoming collaboration track with Dirty Chocolate via alaya.
In the past six months, Louis The Child have solidified themselves as a force to be reckoned with in the future bass world. Pumping out a series of infectious remixes the duo shows no signs of slowing down. Their newest project is a remix of SoySauce’s “Broken Record” and we can’t get it out of our heads. Check it out below and grab the free download here.
“In remixing SoySauce’s record, we reimagined it with a future bass spin. We wanted to deliver something that’s accessible and unique. The track starts off a little experimental and then builds into a melodic, synth driven beat. We think all electronic music fans will enjoy this one, we had a lot of fun producing it.” – Louis The Child
Whether in solo project or Hotel Garuda form, you’ve most likely been seeing a lot of this up-and-coming producer of late. Thankfully Manila Killa is back at it again today with a remix for Bearson‘s latest track “Pink Medicine.” The original version is quite unique in itself, so it was a bit tough to predict which direction this remix would go. The pitchy vox are left untouched for the most part, and augmented by some huge, punching synth chords. This is is as interesting as it is groovy, so grab the free download below courtesy of Next Wave Records.
I swear I still haven’t gotten over the Louis Futon remix of “Break It Down,” but he — formerly they — is back again with a huge project. The Philly-based producer has released his self-titled EP for absolutely free. If the original tunes weren’t enough, he’s included remix support from Kill Paris, TJANI, and Kasbo to sweeten the deal. Huge bass vibes run rampant through this whole EP, so make sure to stream it below and grab it for free on Louis Futon’s website.